Draymond on slump: 'When them mother------- start falling, people in trouble'
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Shooting slumps come and go, but Draymond Green's self-confidence will last forever.
Since returning to action following an 11-game absence due to a sprained toe in his right foot, the 28-year-old forward has shot a measly 32.4 percent from the field and 10 percent from behind the arc in five appearances. While it would be easy for him to get frustrated over his shots not dropping, Green knows they'll start falling through at some point.
"It's probably a good thing cause that means people are going to keep playing me like this," said Green following the Warriors' 108-103 loss to the Utah Jazz on Wednesday. "When them motherfuckers start falling, people in trouble. It's probably a good thing. I actually like it."
He finished with eight points, 12 rebounds, one assist, and two steals on 4-of-10 shooting in 37 minutes against Utah as the Warriors fell to 21-11 on the season.
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